FUBAR TOUCH Released BEST DRINKING APP

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  1. iPhonAppCrazy macrumors newbie

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    Fubar Touch Has been released for a few days now and the response is wonderful. People seem to like the fact that it is very fast paced game, and that it keeps the party alive. Instead of staying sucked into the iphone screen it lets you enjoy your friends and socialize. This is the link to the game if anyone is interested. Please let me know what you think.

    www.itunes.com/apps/fubartouch
     
  2. kwjohns macrumors 6502a

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    I was interested in a good drinking game until I noticed:

    Poor description of what this app even does.
    No website.
    No Support site.
    No support email.
    No video of the app in action.

    The four reviews that this app has are accounts that haven't reviewed any other app, so they were likely created by the developer to give his app a nice rating. Shady.

    Also, In the screenshots it looks like there's a UI problem as the back button isn't lined up with the menu button.

    Why would I want to buy this again?
     
  3. miggitymac macrumors 6502a

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    If you haven't noticed, this is OP's first post ever. Probably the developer. Maybe he/she got bored of making false reviews on the App store.

    Pathetic and sad really....
     
  4. iPhonAppCrazy thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Not at all

    I personally think it is a great game. With great graphics So I thought I would post about it.
     
  5. miggitymac macrumors 6502a

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    I didn't "down" anything about the game or the gameplay...I haven't even tried it nor do I have any interest in ever trying it.

    I was just saying that your posts sound really cheezy and it's very likely that you are the developer or are family/friend of the developer.

    Tell you what....if you admit you are the developer or that you know the developer, I'll at least open up my App store and have a look at the app.

    BTW - If I were you, I'd stop playing drinking games. Your spelling and grammar seem to be suffering because of it. :p
     
  6. eawmp1 macrumors 601

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    LOL - My college dorm was named FUBAR (for those of you not in the know, this is circa WWII military slang acronym for F***ed Up Beyond All Repair/Recognition). My spelling and grammar suffered in the attempts to live up to my dorm's name. Thay having been said, I would have so much more respect for a developer (or friend) who would be up front. How about a screenshot and description of the game? Oh wait - that would be spam!
     
  7. severe macrumors 6502a

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    A decent deck of cards costs less than $1.99 and doesn't run low on batteries.
     
  8. kwjohns macrumors 6502a

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    Why don't you record a video of the app in action and maybe give a description of what it does, James. Not everyone is so willing to go throwing around money for every app with no details on it other than it displays a picture of a card on the screen. Whoopity doo!
     
  9. iPhonAppCrazy thread starter macrumors newbie

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    OK sounds Good

    Ok Sounds good this post has done more than what I intended it to do. I got a lot of feedback from the community already. To every one reading this post sorry about the misconception. To be a beginner developer with no money it is hard and I had no idea of how or what I needed to do to get my game out their. Sounds like a video of the game and a website is where i need to start. I have already updated the info on the itunes page. It should display in itunes shortly. To kwjohns and the rest who have posted here thanks for your input and your suggestions. Yes they were a little harsh but good one's. It was exactly what i needed to here. They have given me great directions.
     
  10. eawmp1 macrumors 601

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    Tough love, my boy. Honesty is the best policy in life. The bulls**t-o-meter is very sensitive in MacRumors. You trigger it and you will get flamed. Good luck with the App.
     
  11. iPhonAppCrazy thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks

    Thanks a lot for the reply eawmp1. I will be needing all the help I can get. This was my first post to macrumors and I know now if I have any questions for anything I no exactly were to find them. Though next time i will ask up front instead of beating around the bush. I did not mean to upset anyone. Thanks for the help.:D
     
  12. philMBP macrumors 6502

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    What about the BS reviews you posted on the app store? Very douchy.

    I would never have bought your app because of your description alone. I'm not knocking you, but for crying out loud, at least seek the assistance of an English proofreader. The bad grammar is very unprofessional. Gmail support is also pretty lame. Credibility...

    You're not off to a very good start.

    Edit: Even your formatting is messed up. <thumb down>
     
  13. iPhonAppCrazy thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I did not post those reviews. Those reviews were left by friends and family that actually like playing the game. I guess it is easier to to pull some down than it is to help someone out. I posted to get help and ideas for the future not to get bashed around. Thanks.
     
  14. philMBP macrumors 6502

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    Ugh.
     
  15. iPhonAppCrazy thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Just letting everyone know that is or has been reading this post. I dropped the price of Fubar Touch from 1.99 to .99 cents. It should be affected in Itunes shortly. Thanks to everyone.:):D;)
     
  16. philMBP macrumors 6502

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    So now you're editing out your old deceitful posts? See: "Aug 11, 2009 at 11:55 PM."

    Unfortunaltely, you couldn't remove the original quote from miggitymac.

    Good luck with your app.
     
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